Anne Starling studied printmaking at the UNSW/COFA, Australia, completing her Master of Fine Arts in 2012.
Her art practice explores human interaction with the urban environment and examines the notion of the print as a social document. Starling’s prints similarly create narratives of specific socio/environmental events due to industrial activity from our recent past.
Starling been the recipient of numerous awards, scholarships and residencies including; Artist in Residence, at the Fremantle Arts Centre, WA and the Australian Print Workshop, Vic. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally at the Istanbul Biennale and was the Grand Prize Winner of the Silk Cut Print Award, Australia. In 2019 Starling was selected for the Haugensund International Festival for Artistic Relief Print, Norway, the 7th Guanlan International Print Biennial and was one of twelve artists shortlisted from over 50 international countries for the On Paper contest, in Asturias, Spain. In 2021 her work was selected for the Mini Maxi Print in Berlin. Starling is represented in a number of public collections including; The Art Gallery of NSW, Australian National Gallery and the Queensland Art Gallery.